How does asthma affect your physical emotional intellectual and social needs?
I have had asthma since I was a kid. at 36 I was diagnosed with copd chronic obstructive pulmonary disease one of the major components of this was bronchial asthma and asthmatic bronchitis. as for affecting your emotional and social parts, my emotional part took me 2 yrs to realize my life would never be the same. and social I can't go anywhere or do anything that I don't have to watch. a cold can send me to the emergency room. my asthma has basically made me control my own environment. I'm allergic to so much that sets it off is unreal. depending on how bad the asthma is and if you have allergies that go with it my best suggestion would be to find the triggers and avoid them and above all consult your Doctor.
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